Mike Marshall, CEG
Mike joined GRI in 2012 after finishing his Masters in engineering geology. As a senior geologist, he is responsible for rockfall hazards, landslides, and hazardous materials. He has extensive experience in slope stability considerations using GIS analysis, lidar imagery, and ground reconnaissance including roped access methods. Mike has a deep understanding of PNW geology and experience evaluating geologic hazards and hazardous materials contamination.
What interests you most about geotechnical engineering?
The cool rocks.
What is your favorite thing about working at GRI?
The opportunity to work on interesting and important projects.
What is your favorite book/article?
Annals of the Former World by John McPhee.
An interesting fact about yourself.
I make jewelry with some of the rocks I find.
BS Geology, Portland State University
MS Geology, Portland State University